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ESS/MSS 50.4 on ECC 6.0

Hi All,

We are currently on EP 7.00 SP 18 and have 4.6C as the R/3 version. We use ITS 620, patch 20.

We have Business package ESS/ MSS 50.4.

We are planning to upgrade R/3 to ECC 6.0.

I wanted to know if it is possible to keep the same version of ESS / MSS even after we upgrade to ECC 6.0.

Does anyone share a similar scenario ?

Any information is welcome.

regards,

Snigdha.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 07:12 AM

    HI Sahu,

    After upgrading the system with Ecc 6.0 . U need to check with SAP_HR and EA-HR versions .

    our environment is also EP 7.0 SP 18 and backend is SAP-HR release 600 sp42 and EA-HR 42.

    earlier our R3 system SAP-HR and EA- HR wwere sp22 . it supporeted well. BUt some of benifits and payments applications did not support . So we have have upgraded to SP 42. Now working fine . No issues .

    if your SAP-HR and EA-HR relase is 603 or else 604 itz perfect compatiable with ESS ,MSS 50.1

    Surekha.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 07:13 AM

    Yes you would have to upgrade the ESS/MSS Business packages also to the latest version. Have a look at this link to get an idea of ESS-EP stack levels

    https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ERPHCM/HOWTOGETRIDOFSPSTACKMISMATCHISSUES?showChildren=false

    Thanks,

    GLM

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